This is a repost of an old Reddit post.
It doesn't matter whether you are Christian. It doesn't matter whether you agree with my posts. The reason to visit a conservative Mennonite church is to understand what I am talking about.
If you are under 50 and you haven't visited a traditional Anabaptist church, then you have never seen western civilization. Western civilization has generally been replaced by modern culture which is populated by moronic scum. You can read about western civilization or watch old movies, but this is not the same thing as direct experience. The only existing remnant of western civilization is the traditional Anabaptists, so the only way that you can directly experience western civilization is to visit their church. Only once you have done this can you understand what I mean about the decay of the West and why I believe that associating with Mennonites is a good option for decent people. This doesn't mean that you have to agree with me, but at least you will understand me.
These are the steps I recommend. First read An Introduction to Old Order and Conservative Mennonite Groups. This will give you a general overview of the Mennonites. Then use the Church Finder to find a church near you. I recommend Eastern Pennsylvania Mennonite Churches and the Nationwide Fellowship Churches since I have visited these and can vouch for them. After church, you will be invited to have lunch with one of the Mennonite families. There you can ask questions and learn about the Mennonites. Here is a preview of what you can expect in their service.
As I suggested in The Antony Option, I believe that the best option for decent people is to move near conservative Mennonite churches to learn how to live as free from modern culture as possible. I am looking into moving to Harrisburg, PA to do this.